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SNI New Hires!

JAWS 2.0 Undergoes Gamma Irradiation Testing

Sensor Networks, Inc. announces opening of its Osaka, Japan branch office.

When Time = $$

New Digs and Local-Government Funding Secured

Sensor Networks Inc. announces US Patent # 10,247,705 B2 issued in April 2nd, 2019

Employee #52 Joins SNI

Refinery Mechanical Integrity on Your Desktop - at Your Fingertips

Can You Dig It? - Monitoring Buried Pipelines

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Benefits of Long-Range Wireless Ultrasonic Corrosion Sensors In Refinery Applications

Segmented-Annular, Phased Array Transducer Development via Computer Modeling Presentation

Long Range UT Sensor Adoption Presentation at NACE's CORROSION Conference.

Standard and Custom Ultrasonic Transducer Catalog

Check out our New Video on Phased Array Ultrasonic Transducers

Check out our New Catalog and Brochure

SNI Adds 50th Team Member

Long-Range Wireless UT Sensor Adoption for Corrosion Monitoring & NDE Applications

Plant Applications in IOW and FFS

From Zero to Ninety-two Elements in Under One Week.

Remote, Automated, Non-intrusive Corrosion Monitoring with smartPIMS

Meet our New Marketing Communications Team Members

Time-Gated Corrosion-Rate Measurement using a Non-intrusive Ultrasonic Monitoring System.

API’s 2019 Inspection & Mechanical Integrity Summit

The Lowly Strain Relief

CBICC names Sensor Networks, Inc. the Technology Company of the Year

Meet the Men of SNI’s machine shop

Over, At or Under:  PTZx’s versatility for remote visual inspection

Sensor Networks, Inc. Announces Growth Plans.

New smaller, lighter and compact CCU option and a “vertical-up” RVI application.

Don't like the cloud? Try iPIMS™—SNI's in-the-fence data management solution.

SensorScan™ UT Transducers and SNI's Vertical Integration Path

About Sensor Networks, Inc.

Sensor Networks, Inc. has identified a problem in today’s world: when it comes to complex asset integrity, there are obstacles and challenges that you will face along the way. Where there are problems, innovative solutions should be created to fix them. With that basic mission in mind, Sensor Networks, Inc. was born.

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